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Hillary, she cracked, was the "first first lady I'd want to Finally, East WillyB wrapped its expanded first season, which mostly focused on Willy and his struggle to fight gentrification and win back his ex. Dude, lesbians love me. By the third episode the couple has committed to some new experiences. Oh, absolutely.
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The actress who plays Big Boo, Lea DeLaria, told Cosmopolitan that getting to film such a realistic depiction of lesbian sex meant a lot to her. If you've always wanted to hear Big Boo reinterpret "Golden Years" as a smooth bossa nova, then Friday will be a great day for you. Lesbian bed death is bullshit. Do they not hear how offensive that is? Oh, absolutely. The two are more compatible than odd couple, but it works in short bursts. Is there another pop culture butch out there who identifies as a butch?
Poussey from ‘OITNB’ taught me more about queer self-love than my first gay relationship
When she appeared on The Arsenio Hall Show a few months later—DeLaria has the distinction of being the first openly gay stand-up comic to appear on a late-night talk show—angry viewers called in death threats. It's a new thing being used against the trans community. I needed to be part of this show. Despite this difference, their relationship is never negatively impacted by their sexualities. Her involvement came about because she was such a fan of the series, which is written and performed by four Canadian women over forty.
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